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We found 210 words, 1 kanji, and 341 examples matching '追'
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Most common form: おう
'u' godan verb, transitive verb
1. to chase; to run after; to pursue
2. to follow (i.e. a set order, a trend)
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addition; supplement; append (e.g. to a file); appendix
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exile; banishment; eviction; deportation; transportation
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'mu' godan verb, transitive verb
to herd; to corner; to drive
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Most common form: ついせき
1. chase; pursuit; tracking; stalking
2. following up; tracing
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ツイ   お to pursue   
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two mouths
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コウ   ク   くち mouth   
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move
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かれ
ここく
故国
ついほう
追放
された

He was exiled from his own country.
テレビ
ちゅうけい
中継
された
おおさか
大阪
ついせき
追跡
げき
すえ
かれ
たいほ
逮捕
された

He was arrested by police after a TV chase in Osaka.
かれ
パン
ぎゅうにゅう
牛乳
ついか
追加
はいきゅう
配給
こうしょう
交渉
めた

They bargained additional rations of bread and milk.
おお
じょせい
女性
より
たか
きょうよう
教養
キャリア
ついきゅう
追求
それ
ゆえ
けっこん
結婚
しゅっさん
出産
さき
ばし
している
Many women pursue higher education and careers, thus delaying marriage and childbirth.
すぐ
しゅっぱつ
出発
なさいそうすれば
かれ
いつく
でしょ
Start right now, and you'll catch up with them.
 
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